Graduate Learning Support Assistant - Learning and Behaviour
Graduate SENCO Support - Ideal for Graduates with experience working with young people!
Would you like to work in an inclusive secondary school, empowering and influencing young people who need additional emotional, behavioural and academic support?
Maybe you have some experience working with young people who display challenging behaviour, and would like to put this into full-time practice?
If you are passionate about education and you are considering going into teaching or educational psychology, then this could be the perfect foundation programme to join!
- Graduate SENCO Support Assistant
- Earn £300 a week
- Inclusive, multicultural school
- Great training and support
- Perfect experience before PGCE
- Opportunity to progress onto the school's teacher training
- Full-time, Monday to Friday
- Central Birmingham
The school require a Graduate SENCO Support Assistant that can engage with pupils on an individual and group basis. Fulfilling this role, you will be expected to prepare and deliver various academic and pastoral activities to young people who demonstrate challenging behaviour, due to their background or other environmental factors. In addition to this, you will be monitoring students' attendance and behaviour, as well as progress and attainment in your sessions. You will be working alongside experienced teachers and pastoral staff, whilst providing the support the students need to improve their engagement and attainment.
This role will require you to work closely with the SENCO, in order to plan, implement and deliver focussed strategies to improve progress amongst a vulnerable group of students. You will need to be resilient and forward-thinking, with a can do attitude to succeed in this role. You will have the opportunity to train alongside the current SENCO, in order to build your portfolio of experience to take with into the next stage of your career.
This position would suit an individual who has suitable experience working with young people exhibiting potential behavioural and emotional issues and somebody who may have a Psychology degree with a sound theoretical understanding of patterns in behaviour. You will need to have a minimum of a 2:1 degree, and a Russell Group university is highly desirable. You must also have strong A Levels. Although experience is not essential, it is desirable that you have some transferable experience and portray a passion to make a difference.
The school is situated in Central Birmingham, which is easily accessible from other Birmingham and the West Midlands area. The school has excellent facilities as well as a well-equipped, state of the art inclusion department within the grounds providing outstanding provisions for all students. The Head Teacher and other members of the staff are committed to the training of graduates they join their school, in order to retain them on their teacher training programme and feel confident to become exceptional teachers/ support staff.
If you feel that you are able to build relationships with students and add value to their school life, then you could be successful in this role! Don't miss out, send your CV by clicking 'APPLY NOW' to Jamie at i-teachers today.
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